(670 The Score) The Bears bowed out in the playoffs with a 21-9 road loss to the Saints on Sunday afternoon in the wild-card round, beginning an offseason of uncertainty in Chicago.
That's the case for coach Matt Nagy, who remains uncertain of his job security with the organization after a second consecutive 8-8 regular season. Nagy hasn't sought or received any assurances from management or ownership about whether he'll return to lead the Bears for a fourth season in 2021.
"We haven't gotten into any of that," Nagy said Sunday evening.
Nagy declined to discuss whether he would make changes on the Bears' coaching staff if he was indeed retained. Beyond Nagy's future, the Bears also haven't revealed whether general manager Ryan Pace will return for a seventh season leading Chicago's football operations.
Bears chairman George McCaskey and Pace haven't addressed reporters since before the regular season began in September.
Nagy is 28-20 in three regular seasons in Chicago and now 0-2 in the postseason. Pace is 42-54 in the regular season in his Bears tenure and also owns the same 0-2 mark in the playoffs. Chicago has had just one winning season under the watch of Pace.
The Bears are scheduled to hold exit interviews as a team Monday. They haven't yet scheduled their year-end media availability, during which job statuses would be discussed publicly.
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